Making Life Fun
Grayson County has deep roots as an agricultural County, and its primary economic assets are its many beautiful farms. This Fair was started in 2018 in conjunction with the youth livestock show to help display to Grayson County's citizens as well as the many visitors to the county how important agriculture has been for our county, and how important it is for our prosperity in the future.
Photos from 2021 Honey Show
This year the Fair will have several different Fair games for kids and family to enjoy.
Come out to test your skills at the Annual Grayson County Agricultural Fair!
Come enjoy our annual Livestock Show! Whether you are competing or just coming to enjoy the spectacle of the show this years competition is sure to excite!
While you are enjoying the livestock show and everything else the Fair has to offer, take a trip around to our many exhibitors and learn everything there is to know about farming in Grayson County.
Grayson County Fair Honey Show Rules
The Honey Show judging criteria will reflect the skill of participant. Color and flavor of local honey will be important. Alteration of color or flavor will be reason for disqualification. The Honey Show judges may be professors of apiculture, or students of apiculture under a professor's supervision, blue‐ribbon winners of regional or state honey shows. Judges must completely fill out all score cards. Should an entry be disqualified, the judge(s) must state the reason for disqualification. Judges will break all ties, and decisions of judges is final. Exhibitors will receive score cards after end of competition.
GCFC and judges will NOT be liable for damage to product; however, due care will be taken during display and judging. Exhibitors enter items at their own risk. Time permitting, judges may hold an open discussion open to the public after the show.